Compare CCD vs CIS Scanning Technologies

Posted by Kevin Vaughan on Mon, Feb 17, 2020 @ 10:30 PM

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Large format scanning is instrumental for many AEC (architectural, engineering, & construction) companies.

Digital workflows are changing how construction documents are handled, viewed, marked up, and shared. But, you can still find vaults of printing architectural drawings that need to be digitized. 


There are two primary types of wide-format scanning technologies to consider. Both have their merits, but it is a matter of application regarding which process is suitable for your situation.

Read on to learn the difference between the two to determine which one best suits you - CCD vs. CIS scanner technologies.

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4 Primary Functions of Large Format Scanners

Posted by Kevin Vaughan on Tue, Dec 17, 2019 @ 04:38 PM

Large format scanners have become essential tools for many engineering and architectural firms. In fact, it is commonplace to see them sitting alongside office plotters to perform a variety of different jobs.


Like any other job, though, things are easier when you are armed with the right equipment. So, how do you pick the right tool—the right large format scanner for your company?


The first thing you have to consider is the task that you need the scanner to perform. There are four primary scenarios where wide format scanners are most useful.


Which ones are the most important to you?


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What is the best large-format scanner for an artist?

Posted by Kevin Vaughan on Tue, Feb 22, 2011 @ 11:15 AM

Here is the situation. You are an artist who needs to scan paintings, photos, or giclée prints into a digital format. But how? What is the best large-format scanner for an artist?

Without question, the best possible solution would be a large flat-panel scanner. But, that type of equipment rarely meets an artist's budget. So, what is the alternative?
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